Connect the Hard Drive to other SATA ports on the motherboard. It came with an 80gb hard drive IDE but noticed it had Sata connections so I bought a used Maxtor 1TB HD. October 31, 2011 Dave Are there any jumpers on the drive? This leads me to believe 2 things could be wrong: The firmware on the hard disk has become corrupted The PCB has become damaged (less likely?) Before I splash out on Check This Out
It's a MPE3064AT made in 2000 by Fujitsu. However, now I faced a new problem: BIOS doesn't recognize the original drive that was in the Dell, which is connected to a PCI slot via a Promise Ultra TX2 ATA Could that be why the drive on the other computer failed, and then the CD-Rom drive on the Dell, and now this error? o_O I tried plugging it into I and II, but I haven't tried the rest ... http://knowledge.seagate.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/168595en/
Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios
Helpful +2 Report firewolf123 6Posts Wednesday March 6, 2013Registration date August 24, 2013 Last seen Mar 8, 2013 at 02:27 AM Thanks for rplying...... up vote 1 down vote Boot disks are one non invasive way to see if a hdd is actually found to be present. Save the current BIOS as BETABIOS.AWD, that way you can flash back if you ever want to. November 1, 2011 enoch Hi,I have a 80GB toshiba hdd2d38 hard drive which started to hang recently.after removing its top cover casing and fixing it back,it would run from the bios
but when I tried ACHI it does not detect my hdd. Since it's still under warranty I would have them fix it again. Any help would be much appreciated! Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios Was MaxBlast5 a burner software?
I would also consider a BIOS update. External Hard Drive Not Detected MOOOOooove! But, if a PSU is flaky, the only real way to test it is under an electrical load. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1932904/bios-detect-harddrive.html All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Menu Home Forums Categories Resources Follow Us Join our free message board and ask our pros your tech questions!
I've never had a problem using the ASUS Betas, but you never know. Hdd Not Detected In Bios Fix Is the hard drive dead. I would definitely make sure you have a powerful, name-brand PSU in the system. Also, refer to the Service Manual for accurate steps and safety instructions. * In case of expired warranty scenario, I would be able to provide limited support, which will not cover
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Second my HDD works well on other computers but not on mine. https://www.pctechbytes.com/hardware/hard-drive-does-not-show-up-in-bios/ help me i have an very very important data in pen drive. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios Report • #7 Minglewood December 20, 2011 at 09:31:25 I have 10 of these Samsung SP2514N drives. Internal Hard Disk Not Detected Now that the drive was being detected (with its new partition), I attempted to run a few partition recovery tools.
My first disk Hitachi is ok April 2, 2012 Jane hi dave i have 2 HD connected. his comment is here MOOOOooove! No it's a new drive. If no luck there's other things to try, primarily focusing on whether the drive itself is ok. How To Repair Hard Disk Not Detected
If it is intermittent then it may have a head crash or other serious problem and is probably cheaper to replace. The Dell BIOS is pretty limited in customization. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. http://mffonline.com/not-detected/bios-won-t-detect-2tb-hdd.php If there is data on the drive you need, you can try hooking it up to an external case or installing it as a second drive in a working computer and
Take it to your local electronics shop and they'll give you a replacement (Radio Shack, Best Buy, etc….). Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios How To Recover Data BIOS? Also tried using a ATA-to-USB device (uses external power), that gets detected as an unitialized disk in Windows Disk Management but at an unknown size -- Hitachi WinDFT still doesn't find
I also tried using a different WORKING sata cable.
It's a physical problem-maybe a bearing has seized or read/write head fell off. Turned off computer, pulled the SATA cable and plugged it back in. Report • #13 Minglewood December 27, 2011 at 08:40:20 1) I don't have/find a manufacturers HDD test/diagnostics utility.2) the drives are all used but all working in other computer as well navigate here Since this problem has happened before, I would try the drives in another PC and see if you can get them to recognize the drives.
As an alternate method, both can be set to Cable Select.Try reflashing the BIOS to the last official release before the Beta BIOS. So i thought, lets install the drives that come in the cd with the MOBO right ? Get the answer swifty_morganOct 26, 2012, 11:38 AM why would you choose AHCI mode ? Went to My Computer there was still no F: Drive but the C: Drive properties showed both drives listed… only I couldn't figure our how to access the second drive and
solved Why cant i boot from a harddrive even though its detected in BIOS? http://www.pctechbytes.net/ April 1, 2012 beckhamj I can not see it under my computer. These viruses are difficult to detect and scan with anti-virus software. This somehow caused a much more severe problem.
NPCs becoming PCs Why would a God of Murder be worshipped by a society? December 31, 2013 Dave It should be necessary to replace the cable unless you see that it is damaged. We'll see if it continues to work. The second HDD used IDE, and it went through as well.
Upgrade An Easy Way to Bigger and Better. Have you looked at the settings in the BIOS to make sure the the drive is set to Auto Detect settings? Report • #9 Minglewood December 20, 2011 at 10:47:31 Now although the floppy drive appears in BIOS, when I enter the flash utility, it says it doesn't find the file on March 20, 2012 Jon Hi, Dave I got a 500GB WD model WD500AVDS and it will only spin up at boot with Linux and not windows, when i try with Windows
I tried to do a restore using system disaster recovery at start up but it freezes on starting disaster recovery. Everything went fine with the first HDD. Report • #24 blacK20 November 25, 2012 at 23:42:55 Hey I was wondering if you ever solved this problem. Try running the Mfgrs HDD utility - sometimes if a BIOS cannot detect the drive the test utility can.
You will need to enter the the BIOS setup in order to verify their current state. When you add a second drive to the system, it may be need to be